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St. Andrews Samakee Blog

Our regular blogs will keep you up to date with what is happening at Samakee!

How much can you do in one minute?

Key Stage 1 has been learning how to make accurate estimates in the Magical Maths Room. The children estimated how many exercises they could do in a minute and then tested to see whether or not their estimates were accurate. The development of fundamental maths skills through cooperative group work and physical activity is so much fun!


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Headteacher Message 18/4/16

I hope that everyone had a safe and enjoyable Songkran Holiday, and we look forward to welcoming the children back to school on Monday 18th April! St Andrew's Samakee poster for April 2016On Wednesday this week we welcome the author Gail Clarke, Gail will be in school to talk with the...

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Headteacher Message 11/4/16

International Day 2016 was truly a vibrant and spectacular event, and our sincere appreciation goes to our many parent volunteers, grandparents, carers, staff and children who made it all possible. From the exhilarating to the inventive, to the more thought provoking, the captivating diversity of presentations, artefacts, room design and activities caught the children’s interest and sparked enjoyment. The...

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Headteacher Message 4/4/16

On Monday, we welcomed Rosalina Alexander, co-founder and President of The Rainbow Room Foundation, who came to KS2 assembly  to talk to the children about the work they do and showed them a video about Down Syndrome. The Shakespeare House Captain presented a cheque for 27,000 to Rosalina Alexander, and we were all impressed by the children’s interest and response...

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Headteacher Message 28/3/16

World Down Syndrome Day on Monday was a great success and well supported by our community. The children raised 27,000 Baht for Rainbow Room, and a representative will visit the school this week to collect a cheque presented by Shakespeare House. Thank you for supporting this excellent cause, more details of which can be found in the attached blog. Read More

Screen Time Control on Electronic Devices!

Playing electronic device games or use of mobile devices when students first get home from school can make it difficult to begin homework tasks. Use before bedtime can delay sleep.

Screen time needs to be monitored... How about having a basket or set place that children place their...

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New Science Lab Equipment

During half-term, the Science lab was fitted with some new equipment. These additions will enhance the current Key Stage 3 curriculum, and as you can see from the photo below, the students are excited about seeing and using the equipment in action during Science Classes. Each of the working areas has been fitted with Gas Taps and Bunsen Burners, and there is...

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Headteacher Message 21/3/16

A sincere thank you to all parents who attended Parent Consultations this week, and it was wonderful to see you all. Our attendance figure was very encouraging indeed, at 95%. Thank you also to the parents who visited the drop in Firefly Workshop in the hall, it is heartening to see the growing number of parents actively involved in Firefly. Medication...

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Headteacher Message 29/2/16

Welcome to First & Middle School Book Week. Each year at Samakee, we spend a week celebrating books, book characters, authors and illustrators. From comics to mysteries, from magic to history, you can find just about anything between the pages of a book and we want to make sure that all the children at Samakee grow up with a passion...

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Year 2 Mr. Men & Little Miss Books

Year two have had a Mr. Men crazy month and are bursting with imaginative and creative story ideas.We have really enjoyed the language that Roger Hargreaves has used and loved the funny jokes he makes in his book. Over the past few weeks, we have read over twenty...

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